After obtaining his university entrance qualification in Aurich in 2013, Oliver Meene decided to study Public Relations (B.A.) at Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. He then transferred to Leibniz Universität Hannover for a master's degree in German and English Linguistics, which he completed in 2020. During his studies, Mr. Meene worked as a student assistant at the Department of German Studies, at the University Office for International Affairs and at central institutions for continuing education. Furthermore, he completed several internships in communication departments of agencies and spent a semester abroad at the University of Glasgow in Scotland in 2018.
Mr. Meene has repeatedly been involved in various research projects at and in cooperation with educational institutions. These include a DFG-funded project analyzing the variance and grammaticalization of verbal scene constructions as well as a quantitative content-analytic research project of the Lower Saxony radio landscape.
Since February 2021, Oliver Meene has been employed as a research assistant at the Chair of General Business Administration, Corporate Accounting and Controlling at the University of Bremen. In addition to providing general communications support to the department, he is pursuing a doctorate in linguistics in the context of capital market communication.